Small earthquake strikes San Fernando Valley
A very-small earthquake, with an estimated magnitude of 2.1. struck the western San Fernando Valley today, according to automated seismographs and computers operated by the U.S. Geological Survey.
The aftershock was centered one mile west of the Tarzana post office, about 20 miles northwest of the Los Angeles Civic Center.
It hit at 11:40 a.m. Police at the West Valley and Topanga stations said they did not receive
any calls about the microquake.